GoogleScholar is a web search engine created by Google to locate academic and scholarly sources.
Sources include peer-reviewed papers, theses, books, book chapters, abstracts and articles from academic publishers, professional societies, preprint repositories, universities and other scholarly organisations.
Note: Only some of the Library's resources appear in Google Scholar search results, however, it can be viewed as a complementary search tool for finding scholarly information.
You can set up Google Scholar to identify whether the resources it finds are held in full text at CQUniversity Library and/or any other libraries to which you have access.
To do this:
Now when you search Google Scholar, View @ CQUniversity will appear to the right of the results if CQUniversity Library has access to the full text.
A print version of these instructions: Setting up View@CQUniversity in Google Scholar (PDF).
You won’t be able to access everything in a GoogleScholar results list. And View @ CQUniversity doesn’t link to eBooks in our databases.
If there’s no View @ CQUniversity link to the right, there are a few things you can try:
Research Higher Degree students and staff may be able to get items via Document Delivery if they can't access them via GoogleScholar.
To search Google Scholar even more effectively, you can use the Advanced Scholar Search.
This enables you to use a variety of search tools, including boolean searching. You can also search for particular authors, and limit to specific types of publications, dates, and subject areas.
Using the advanced search boxes for your Keywords / search terms
Using the limiters